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Full text of "The Egyptian Problem"

INDEX
Clot   Bey,   Dr.,   Medical    Schools
under, 16
Codrington, Admiral, 7 Colonial Office, th.6^305 Colvin, Sir Auckland and Arabi, 39 •
* book by, 68 Commerce,   Schoof   of,   Students'
strikes at, 17 Commission of Inquiry, the (1877),
33 sqq. Commission of the Public Debt, see
Caisse de la Dette Committee of Union and Progress,
153-4, see also Young Turks Communications, improvement of,
under    Kitchens^,     102;
destruction of, during the
rebellion, 187-9 Ministry of, 261 Constantinople, 2, 6, 8, 9, 10, 26, 28,
95,   112,    114,   120,   157,
296 ; Patriarchate at, 158 ;
revolution   at,   of    1908,
as   influencing   Egyptian
women, 166 ; rupture with
(1914), 123 Constitutional Reforms in Egypt,
Note   on,   of   the  Anglo-
Egyptian   Commission  of
1918 on, 145 Consular Courts, 60, 61; Mr. Hurst's
project concerning, 307-8 Controllers-General    (French    and
British),  appointed,   37 Convention of 1887, on Defence and
Reorganisation of   Egypt
objected to by France and
Russia, 64 Co-operative    Food    associations,
Egyptian, 285-6 Coptic Patriarch, tho, 193 Copts, tho, Nationalism among,
157-8
Corruption, in Egypt, 1.69, 170 Gorvte, tho, 15,22,28,32; abolition
of, 09-70, 89, 100, 293 Cotton-growing in. Egypt,  25,  71, " 283, 284;   prices in 1919,
289
Cotton MarkotH, in Egypt, 102 Councils,   Egyptian,   88   aqq.;   reforms  of,   109;    sea  also
under Names Crete, 7
Crimo in Egypt, in. villages, 162-3, 293; general prevalence of, 247 ; Egyptian indifference to, 279
Cromer, 1st ^ Earl of (Sir Evelyn Baring), and his work'in Egypt, 3 3 sqq., passim. 150, 180, 211, 214, 215, 216 218, 239, 260; achievements of, 54, 166 sqq.9 208, 289 ; charge brought against it, 78, repudiated in Ms last speech, 79 ; its lastingness, 78, 80 ; policy pursued by, 67, 82, 107 ; and education, 77, and support of to liberal men associated with El Azhar, 240; and the welfare of the fellaheen, 292, 293 ; period following retirement of, events of, 80 sqq.; and the young generation in Egypt, 97 sqq.; opinion held bv, of JZaghlul, 77, 98, 112; attitude of, to the " popular " party, 112
Cited on abuse of the Capitulations, 62-3; on disregard for laws and regulations, 31; on the Egyptian Native Press, 92; on Ismail and the Egyptian National Debt, 27 ; on relations between Abbas II and Gorst, 115; on the selection of an Egyptian Prime Minister, 209; on attitude and manner of British Officials, 212 ; on Englishmen employed under Egyptian Government, and their supervision, 212-13 Crops, summer and winter, how
secured, 71
Curzon of Kedlestone, Viscount, on the British Protectorate as preferable to annexation, 124-5, 252, 301 ; tribute of, to Officials and Police, effects of, 198 sqq. Cyprus, 147
Dakhla Oasis, deportations to, 163 Debt, Egyptian, piled up by Ismail,
25 sqq.;   and   the Cotton
crop, 289 Public, Commission of, see Caisse
de la Dette Publiquen, 243, 251-2; Nationalist arguments on, 251 xqq, ; Arabic word for, ill-choHori, 2f4. 351), 308e